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Alpine Helen’s Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest in Helen, Georgia is about as close to the original Oktoberfest in Germany as you’re going to get in Georgia.

Helen’s Oktoberfest runs from Thursday to Sunday through September and then daily from Sept. 29 to Oct. 30, 2022.

If you’re visiting with kids you’ll want to visit during the week or at least earlier in the day.  As it gets later, you can imagine it turns into more of an adult atmosphere.

Admission is $8 during the week, $10 on Saturdays, and free on Sundays, with food and drink available for purchase. The doors open at 6 pm throughout the week and at 1 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

You’ll be able to enjoy live traditional German music and dancing with no shortage of authentic German cuisine. 

Although there are many things to enjoy in Helen, one of the best things to do that includes air conditioning when it’s hot and heat when it’s cold is visiting Miles Through Time Automotive Museum.

The museum is a short drive from Helen, Georgia in a quaint city just south of Helen in Clarkesville. Anyone visiting Helen, Georgia could easily swing by the car museum in Clarkesville.

vintage garage antiques

Not only is there a 501c3 nonprofit car museum with about 60 full-size vehicles on display, but the museum actually resides inside Vintage Garage Antiques

Although the museum doesn’t sell any of the exhibits on display you can find all kinds of treasures once you exit the museum and find yourself back inside Vintage Garage Antiques.

If you’re planning on heading to Oktoberfest it just makes sense to stop at Miles Through Time Automotive Museum and Vintage Garage Antiques on your way to enjoying authentic German cuisine and beverages. 

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Make sure you get your picture taken with the waterfall truck and tag Miles Through Time.


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Adults $15
Veterans $13
Seniors $14
Kids 6-12 $6
Under 6 Free

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